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Blumenthal introduces bill for regional manufacturing hubs

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal joined a bipartisan coalition in introducing legislation for a permanent program to put designated manufacturing communities at the top of funding lists.

JCJ Architecture joins national education collaborative

JCJ Architecture has joined forces with the American Architectural Foundation's Center for the Advancement of Architecture to support its national Design for Learning initiative.

CT population shows slight decline

For the second straight year, Connecticut saw a drop in its population according to U.S. Census bureau estimates. The drop was 5,791 from a population of 3.5 million.

Crowley Auto Group donates to Bristol Technical education center

Crowley Auto Group Founder Kenneth Crowley visited Bristol Technical Education Center recently and presented the student council and automotive trade students with a check for $3,500 from...

CPA Society Names New and Young Professionals to Watch

The Connecticut Society of CPAs has announced its 2015 "New and Young Professionals to Watch," a select group of three young professionals, aged 35 and...

Nonprofit Profile: The Horace Bushnell Memorial Hall Corp.

Members of the Bloomfield Rotary were on hand for a tarp raising over the Mushroom Barn in Bloomfield, presenting the nonprofit farm with a...

Nonprofit news in CT grows as legacy media shrinks

John Stearns |

Nonprofit journalism in Connecticut is alive and well, even thriving, according to some industry representatives. That includes outlets like Connecticut Mirror and New Haven Independent among others.

CT lagging in financial literacy for high school students

The Council for Economic Education's 2016 Survey of the States shows that Connecticut's public school system has made no progress in meeting benchmarks for financial literacy education.

Quinnipiac makes $400K payment to North Haven

Quinnipiac University made a voluntary payment of $400,000 to North Haven Monday, a move that signifies a stronger bond with the town where the school has moved a lot of its resources.

Budget must be focus in short session Hartford must leverage corporate IQ

Myriad issues will be brought up for debate during this year's legislative session but the only one that truly matters is the budget.

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